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better, but alls that contributed to the biggest improvement. >> for the first half of the season, the bucs defense struggled to stop anyone,. they couldn't get off of the field and ranked near the bottom of the league. they gave up 31 points to the falcons and that was the rock bottom, and ayers addressed the team and demanded a change. >> he was telling to pick it up and stop being babies and babying each other. >> from that point it's been a turn-around, they have allowed just three touch downs in three games and giving up just 11 points. and players point to better communication for making the difference. >> the coach said our communication was not create, and that's what we've been working on, making sure every
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we've been getting the ball out and playing good defense. >> and it all comes to one thing, time in the system. darrelle smith knew it was going to take time for the guys to absorb this scheme. >> sometime it just takes time. it doesn't happen just like that, and fortunately we are in a place we are in, but we just have to continue to work and get better. >> the turn around has allowed the bucs to climb into pla contention. >> to the hard word tonight, the u.s. women extending their unbeaten streak, by 50 points. one of three bulls having scored over 22 points. usf now 5-0 on the season. and tiger woods tees off tomorrow at nine in his first
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today, and get this, tiger with two eagles on the front nine, on his way to a 70 today, and so he had a couple of boogies mixed in there, but he says he feels great and he was able to hit all of his shots. what people want to here, and it's a noon tee time tomorrow for tiger woods, and two eagles, i know it's a course that is not as challenging. >> isn't he million or something right now? >> yeah, i think it's billion -- >> 897th7th. >> but he hasn't played. >> and you might want to say something about this, too. >> no, he doesn't. >> but he has a lot to say, we just want to take a walk down memory lane, before you sign off. one year ago tonight, you slid
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anniversary -- >> wow! was it been that long? where with is my cake and the chamber pane? champagne? i asked them to put together a highlights reel and they said what highlights. this has been the b best part of the year. >> that is going to do it for us tonight, take us out. >> i think i have this down now, money, pow, next, and please get up tomorrow and watch good day at 4:00 a.m. i never shop without a list. and at publix what's on the list also happens to be what's on sale. stuff you actually want... on sale! isn't that something? that's how i save at publix.
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when we shop it is kinda like a competition. it is exactly like a competition. whoever finds the most bogo's wins! which is usually me. that's how we save a lot at publix. how 'bout you?
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the next secretary of health think about obamacare. >> object. >> to revise my report -- >> how they can dismantle obama care and may change medicare and medicaid and how it may affect you. we'll go one on one with current secretary of health. we'll drill into the drama over trump's courtship with romney and explain the coming changes to our kids. >> for beginners. this is money, power & politics. >> okay, merissa. only nixon can go to china and only mitt romney can grovel to trump. >> that brings us rom me before the election and romney after trump won in tonights edition of whiplash.
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the bullies, the greed, the showing off, the massageny, the on surd third grade thee ya tricks. >> i've been impress bid what i've seen. >> if donald trump's plans were implemented the country would sink into prolonged recession. and he continues with a message of inclusion and bringing people together. and his vision is something obviously connected with the american people in a you say wait, wait, wait. isn't highway huge business success? doesn't he know what he's talking about? no. he isn't and no he doesn't. a business genius he is not. all of those things combined give me increasing hope that president elect trump is the man who can lead us to a better future.
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>> we still don't know who paid for dinner. >> it's awkward because we do know some trump supporters don't like romney getting his attention. they remember all the ways he lost. >> there are a lot of reasons not to elect me. >> he had overconfident managers and pollsters, ground game and no biographical ads, hidden camera video criticizing nearly half of america. and waivering message, t gender gap, racial gap, age grap, dissas rows trip over seas. wrong sized trees and a campaign that at times came across as too liberal for conservative, too conservative for liberals. what else? clint eastwood fussing at a chair. the obama campaign tried to define romney as a very awkward,
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saying stuff that played into that. >> i'm not concerned about the very poor. i like to fire people. i tell you whashgs $10,000 bet. they don't look like you made them. did you make those? no. they brought us binders full of women. we put together in exchange and the president is copying that idea. i'm glad to hear that. obamacare is bad news. i believe the world is getting warmer. humans contribute to th causing climate change on this planet. >> i want to make sure nobody else catches it. >> i have to get ann to stop wearing the hot pants. >> there are reasons not to collect me. >> you've got romnesia. >> romney had troubles then but he could play an important role in the trump administration giving his experience. >> one more little thing. you know, trump wants to take down obamacare, which is based
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everyone should pay. do you remember who came up with that concept? >> everybody should have insurance, they should pay. >> in massachusetts they called that requirement to get insurance romney care and barack obama mocked it as something that wouldn't work across the nation. >> if a mandate was the solution we could try that to solve homelessness by mandating everybody buy a house. >> maybe voters got confused when obama embraced the idea he mocked. >> people health insurance should buy health insurance. >> romney con sooefd then later mocked. >> i will act to repeal obamacare. >> i like mandates. >> i don't have such a mandate. >> massachusetts is a model for getting everybody insured. >> didn't you try to explain the irony by making it look like a woody allen film? >> no. that was somebody else. >> that was totally you. >> no. that was a terrible impression. i could not nail the woody
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[singing] >> there's this old joke, mitt romney conceives this idea of an individual mandate. >> everybody should have insurance. they should pay. >> that obama oppose on the campaign. >> if a mandate was the solution we can try that to solve homelessness by mandating everybody buy a house. >> then changes his mind i. need to ask you a question. guess what happens next? >> they run against each other. >> in a crazy twist of fate obama has to defend the opposed that romney conceived. >> people who can afford health insurance should take the responsibility to buy health insurance. >> i will act to repeal obamacare. >> so what you like it now you don't like it, you did like i. it's earl si. you can change your mind before dirn. >> i like mandates. >> i don't have such a mandate. >> massachusetts is a model for getting everybody insured. >> they have each others child and they don't know.
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>> things got switched around on healthcare and the next administration will switch it again. >> we're going to explain. first we want to set the stage by explaining how we got to this crazy point in trail tales. >> it's time now for trail tales. ? ? >> today i've got something very special for you. it's health insurance reform for beginners. >> yeah. [clappi >> congress agreed to change the law but none could agree on what it's called. >> before we passed obamacare... >> by the way it's the affordable care act. >> either way it helped people buy something they'd use. even the people who passed it were rather confused. some people liked it while others did not. some never cared while others were scared.
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doctor. >> i think you have the wrong number. ooh! >> scary. at first the website would stall, freeze and hang with glitches our lieders had tried to explain. >> it's a pain in the neck. >> then just as the leaders were ironing it out, a good-byer named gruber stubbled about. >> lack of transparency is a political advantage. >> we're here to beat up on jornru >> stumd. >> absolutely stupid. >> stupid man. >> congress tried to shift to plan b but they could not agree on what it would be. while the president figured out how to pitch it for free. >> a lot of young people, they think they're invincible. >> did you say invisible? [cheering] >> no. not really invisible. the courts weighed in, it's now the law of the land.
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hard to understand. >> i think the best way that i can explain back... >> the... >> the ceo routinely... >> and so this estimate on the impact of the a-c-as... >> what percentage of... >> it's... >> given the fact, um, because of, let me rephrase that. projection of the amount of debt... >> i'm having a hard time understanding how that can possibly make sense. >> the end. [clapping] >> i think we got it. coming up we'll show you how your healthcare may change next year. >> we're going to go one on
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of health and we'll show you how it will shake things up. the holidays don't officialy begin, until it's time to make: flaky, delicious, piping hot things. golden brown and sticky things. fresh out of the oven, why can't they cool things? new things, old things. and blink and they're gone, those went fast things.
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warm up the holidays with pillsbury. so we now >> we now know that big changes are coming to healthcare. >> this could spell big changes to medicare and medicaid. but we'll stwart what this means for obamacare. for the past six years, republicans have objected to
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>> mr. speaker i asked -- >> i object. >> to revise the court -- >> the modern healthcare -- >> objection. >> set to revise -- >> objection. >> the gentleman will state his objection. >> object. >> that's tom price, the man president elect trump picked to run the u.s. department of health. and attack obamacare from within. many democrats want to move toward a single payer system or someth for all of us, price and republican leaders move in the opposite direction as health secretary he has the power to undermine boem care by not promoting healthcare enrollment. he already has a replacement in mind. >> it's at the forefront of the repeal movement and the replace movement. >> planning to remove the current rules for business, customers and insurance companies and give people who don't have coverage tax credits based on age instead of income. >> give the same amount of
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and then instead of mandates the health insurance industry would be free to compete, to provide the most attractive package of benefits they could. >> price cannot do this alone. he's on the same page with house speaker ryan in congress. they'll work together and likely try to change much more than obamacare. price also plans to scale back federal money for medicaid, that's sit raun healthcare for the poor. he also wants to prooiftize medicare or federal healthcare he wants to give seniors subsidies to buy private insurance. his goal to cut federal spending with soaring costs and a $19 trillion debt. democrats say the plan would burn seniors with rising costs and cut benefits for people who need help the most. >> we're going to hear a lot of that back and forth into next year. democrats are going to try to stop the plans but may or may not have the vote. >> the vis president elect
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>> the president elect wants the congress twhan convene in january to take up the task of repealing and replacing obamacare first. the appointment of dr. tom price as the head of health and human services, someone who gr the last half a dozen years has been in the forefront of efforts to repeal obamacare but to put forward common sense free market solution that is will lower the cost of health insurance without growing the size of government. >> meanwhile, the current spot urging people to enroll in a system the next administration hopes to derail. let's send it to craig with the special guest the current health secretary. >> so consumers are losing more of their choices on the exchange. and on top of that, you have premiums going up on average 25% for mid level plans. is it safe to say this is something you did not expect when you took over a couple of
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market thats only in the third year and so it is settling out and as we build further and further stabilization, things like this will happen and p we believe, it's a transition period. >> at this point you need more young e healthy people to sign up. how do you get there? what do you do this open enrollment period to make sure your get more to sign up? >> we improved and continue to improve and rolling out better ability to use and sign up on mobile, which we know is something many y organizations like twitch, which is a gaming site, that has ten million unique users every day working with them so we reach people. we're also working with organizations and partnered with organization, like lyft, uber, t it is a task rabbit because we know many are professional that is work with those organizations and they're going to make sure they share the information.
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would you support or embrace repealing and replacing the affordable care act with a single payer or medicare for all system? >> right now we have the affordable care act. it is the way healthcare is in the united states right now. i think for most americans out there they probably don't realize the fact they can no longer be blocked out of health coverage because of preexisting conditions is because of the affordable care act or many people h policy until they've 26. that's affordable care act. you can get preventive services at no additional cost in terms of checkup, flu vaccines. >> secretary, thank you for your time. >> thank you for having me. okay. coming up why would democrats reelect nancy me low sigh they leader in congress. >> how trump es picks at
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elect trump ran on keeping jobs in this president elect trump ran on keeping jobs in the country and announced a thousand workers of carrier air-conditioning will keep their jobs. >> earlier this year the company announced it would move the jobs to mexico. >> time now for a new segment we may start playing every night for the next four years, at least. we call it trumps sweet of the day.
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i'll hold a major news conference in new york city with my children on december 15th to discuss the fact i'll be leaving my business in total to foe faux kus on running the country to make america great again. >> tweeting the paperwork is underway to remove him from those businesses. he says the presidency is a far more important task. so his children will take over his business interests. we don't know what role, if any, his children will play in the administration. he's alsond pressure to put assets in a flying trust as others have done. nancy pelosi will remain the house minority leader. >> the leader of the democratic caucus for 14 years and today fending off tim ryan of ohio to keep the job. she had been under fire since trump's win in the election. ryan hoped to bring a fresh face to the party but after receiving 68% of the vote pelosi maintains rain as minority leader.
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picking steven mnuchin. also he is a former executive who said he will focus on tax reform. >> and sarah palin could lead the department of veteran affairs. she strongly criticized the va in the past. an early supporter of donald trump and she has a very good relationship with steve bannon, who is trump's top >> competition seems to be scott brown and jeff miller, the congressman from florida and chair to have house veterans affairs committee. >> coming up we'll show you how the obamas transform white
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we like to close out with something different. we have something at different at works in the white house. out for the holiday season. first lady michelle obama orchestrated the display at the white house and this year the theme is gift of the holidays. there are 56 lego gingerbread houses in the white house. one from each state territory and made from more than two hundred thousand legos. that many in the white house. would you think? >> that's fascinating. absolutely fascinating.
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>> no. but there's a house in the state dining room made of 150 pounds of gingear bread. >> you can check out money money. subscribe a to catch up on investigations, humor segments and prior shows you may have missed. that's our show tonight. see you tomorrow night.
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just fifteen minutes and a little imagination are all you need to make holiday magic. chex party mix. it's what the holidays are made of. sweet cinnamon-sugar on the outside,
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we want to say hi to our friends in atlanta. look who is sitting in. we have so much to talk about. we're going to tell you what justin bieber said about instagram. it's not plus we have mariah carey news. first leah remini is dropping bomb shells on scientology. she wrote a book. if you're into scientology, it's really good. >> first rule about scientology, you don't talk about scientology. >> she's really kind of ballsy coming out with this.


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